Monthly Archives: March 2012

Reading Buddies

Seventh-graders visited the second-graders for some reading time on Thursday, March 22, 2012. The two grades paired up at the beginning of the year to do activities together from pumpkin carving to reading together. The second-graders have someone to look … Continue reading

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Math Works

Second-grade teacher Aria Nevin worked with students on their math block during main lesson ¬†on Tuesday, March 20, 2012. Using different approaches from hand games and circle exercises to counting gems and drawing pictures, ¬†students learn to solve math equations … Continue reading

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CNN Story on Waldorf Education

Another news story on the Waldorf School of the Peninsula, chosen by many families whose parents work in high tech. A follow-up to the New York Times feature article on this school.

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Queen of Her Times

The sixth grade gave their second of two performances of “Her Three Kings”, a play about Eleanor of Aquitaine, on Thursday, March 8, 2012 . The students gave a great performance for parents, teachers, and friends alike. Sixth-grade teacher Anna … Continue reading

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Fresh Skis

The eighth grade class went cross-country skiing on Moraine Farm, making the most of fresh snow on Thursday, March 1, 2012. Being one of the few snowfalls during this unusually warm winter, the students enjoyed the opportunity to make use … Continue reading

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